The Lack Of Urban Management Systems And Their Influences On The Improvement Of Cities Al-Sulemanea Case Study


  • Dr. Zahraa Mohammed Jassim


According to estimations more population would be added to the urban areas in the next decades. This increase in urban population requires more resources to respond to the needs of the growing populations. Most urban areas in developing countries suffer from insufficient urban management system which is due to lack in the system; however, defining the lacks in the system is not an easy process yet it could be the solution to fix the insufficient management systems. By using analytical method for the current management system structure in Sulaymaniya city and compare it with integrated management system, the research aims to find the locations of gap in the system and what impact they have on the city. Finally, the research concludes by recommending how to improve some of those lacks in the system.